Prof. Halina Rubinsztein-Dunlop

Professor Rubinsztein-Dunlop’s research interests are in atom optics, laser micromanipulation, laser physics, linear and nonlinear high resolution spectroscopy, and nano-optics. Halina’s group in laser micromanipulation/optical tweezers was the first to demonstrate the transfer of angular momentum of light to microscopic particles. This work has led to a number of interesting and innovative applications in the area of optically driven microsystems with further application into biological and biomedical systems.

Qualifications: 
PhD, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
MSc, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Current Supervision


Doctor Philosophy - Associate Advisor

Other advisors: (principal)


Doctor Philosophy - Associate Advisor

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Doctor Philosophy - Associate Advisor

Other advisors: (principal)

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